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Parish Sunday Bulletin

                10th Sunday In Ordinary Time                 June 10 , 2018 

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150 Gateway Blvd., Toronto, ON., M3C 3E2            

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Sunday Mass

Sat  Vigil  Mass  5:15PM  /  Sun  Mass  9AM,

12:15PM & 5:30PM. (Wkds: Mon, Wed, Fri 7PM;

Tues, Thurs, Sat 9AM)

Baptism

Baptisms  are  celebrated  on  the  second

Saturday  of  the  month  at  11AM  and  third

Sunday  of  the  month  at  1:30PM.  Preparation

session is required.

Reconciliation (confession)

Before  al   Sun  Masses/Sat Vigil  Mass  and  the

Wed  Mass  or  by  appointment. Confessional  is

in Adoration Chapel.

Anointing of the Sick

At  any  time  by  appointment.  In  case  of

emergency,  please  ask  hospital  for  Catholic

priest. Or see Fr Simon.

Marriage

See Fr Simon before setting a date.

RCIA

If  you  know  someone  who  wishes  to  become

Catholic speak to priest.

Catholic Cemeteries

Head Office:  416-733-8544

SAINT JOHN XXIII PARISH 
Pastor: (Rev) Simon deGale; Secretary: Hayde Ayala 

To Donate Online to St JXXIII go to: https://community.archtoronto.org/page.aspx?pid=415

Office: 416-429-4000; Hours: Monday-Friday 9AM-3PM 

Email: saintjohnxx_i iparish@outlook.com. Website: http://saintjohnxxi iparish.ca/

TOTUS TUUS

Dear Parents: We Have Four (4) Young

Missionaries Coming To Our Parish

This Summer For One Week: Sun July

8-Sat July 14.

(Registration Fee: $10 per Student)

The Day program commences on Mon to

Sat of this week from 8:45AM to 2:30PM

daily

During  the  week,  the  children  entering
grades  1  through  6  in  the  upcoming  fal 
school  year  participate  in  4  classes  each
day,  attend  daily  Mass,  learn  the  Mass
parts  and  liturgical  songs,  participate  in
games,  icebreakers,  skits,  songs,  recess,
a n d  p r a y e r .  T h e  g r a d e  s c h o o l
curriculum  helps  children  to  learn  and  be
reinforced  in  important  principles  of  their
Catholic faith.

The evening program commences at

6:45PM to 9PM daily: Sunday to Friday of

this week. Totus Tuus offers evening

instruction for junior and senior high

school youth (grades 7-12) during the

week in the evenings: 7pm—9pm. We have

found that energetic, faithful, col ege-

aged teachers can effectively impact junior

and senior high school youth. The team

teaches in such a way as to continually

offer a dialogue by which participants feel

respected in their most basic dignity.

Registration Sheets in Foyer

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

                10th Sunday In Ordinary Time                 June 10 , 2018 

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CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

Part One—The Profession of Faith

“I BELIEVE IN THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS”

200. How are sins forgiven?

The first and chief sacrament for the forgiveness of
sins  is  Baptism.  For  those  sins  committed  after
Baptism,  Christ  instituted  the  sacrament  of
Reconciliation or Penance through which a baptized
person is reconciled with God and with the Church.

201. Why does the Church have the power to

forgive sins?

The Church has the mission and the power to forgive
sins  because  Christ  himself  has  conferred  it  upon
her: “Receive the Holy Spirit, if you forgive the sins
of any, they are forgiven; if you retain the sins of any,
they are retained” (Jh20:22-23).

“I BELIEVE IN THE RESURRECTION OF THE BODY”

202. What is the meaning of the term “body” (or

“flesh”) and what importance does it have?

The resurrection of the flesh is the literal formulation
in  the  Apostles  Creed  for  the  resurrection  of  the
body. The term “flesh” refers to humanity in its state
of weakness and mortality. “The flesh is the hinge of
salvation” (Tertul ian). We believe in God the Creator of
the flesh; we believe in the Word made flesh in order
to redeem flesh; and we believe in the resurrection
of flesh which is the fulfil ment of both the creation
and the redemption of the flesh.

203. What is meant by the “resurrection of the

body”?

This means that the definitive state of man will not
be  one  in  which  his  spiritual  soul  is  separated  from
his body. Even our mortal bodies wil  one day come
to life again.

204. What is the relationship between the

Resurrection of Christ and our resurrection?

Just  as Christ  is  truly  risen  from  the  dead  and  now
lives forever, so he himself wil  raise everyone on the
last  day  with  an  incorruptible  body:  “Those  who
have  done  good  wil   rise  to  the  resurrection  of  life
and those who have done evil to the resurrection of
condemnation” (Jh5:29).

205. What happens to our body and our soul after

death?

After death, which is the separation of the body and
the  soul,  the  body  becomes  corrupt  while  the  soul,
which  is  immortal,  goes  to  meet  the  judgment  of
God and awaits its reunion with the body when it wil 

rise  transformed  at  the  time  of  the  return  of  the
Lord.  How  the  resurrection  of  the  body  wil   come
about  exceeds  the  possibilities  of  our  imagination
and understanding.

206. What does it mean to die in Christ Jesus?

Dying  in  Christ  Jesus  means  to  die  in  the  state  of
God's  grace  without  any  mortal  sin.  A  believer  in
Christ,  following  his  example,  is  thus  able  to
transform  his  own  death  into  an  act  of  obedience
and  love  for  the  Father.  “This  saying  is  sure:  if  we
have  died  with  him,  we  will  also  live  with
him” (2Tim2:11).

INTERNATIONAL CHOIR

Welcome

Sunday, June 17 @ 5:30PM

Our new Choir is made up mainly from the members of

St Vincent d’Paul group here at St John XXIII.

They have formed with the intention of helping us with

the 5:30PM Sunday Mass, they wil  sing on the 3rd

Sunday of the month.

Currently, the Children’s Choir, the Yth Choir, and the Sat

5:15PM Choir (5thSun)

sing at this 5:30PM Mass!

This totals 4 Choirs for one Mass—no where else in the

Archdiocese can this claim be made.

What a wonderfully generous parish you are!!!

ANNUAL MASS FOR THE FAITHFUL

DEPARTED

Wednesday, August 15 @ 7PM

All families within the Archdiocese are invited to attend

the annual Mass for the Faithful departed.

Assumption Cemetery, 6933 Tomken Road, Mississauga—
Most Rev. John A. Boissonneau

Christ  the  King  Cemetery,  7770  Steeles  Avenue  East,
Markham (Enter off Reesor Road)—Msgr Vid Vlasic
Holy Cross Cemetery & Funeral Home,  8 3 6 1  Y o n g e
Street, Thornhil — Most Rev. Robert Kasun

Mount  Hope  Cemetery,  305  Erksine  Avenue,  Toronto—
Rev. Fr Michael Busch
Queen of Heaven Cemetery,  7 3 0 0  H i g h w a y  # 2 7 ,
Woodbridge—His Eminence Cardinal Thomas Col ins
Resurrection Cemetery, 355 Taunton Road East, Whitby—
Most Rev. Vincent Nguyen
St.  Mary's  Cemetery,  208  Sunnidale  Road,  Barrie—Most
Rev. Wayne Kirkpatrick

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

                10th Sunday In Ordinary Time                 June 10 , 2018 

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CHALICE CHILDREN’S COLLECTION

Total for 2017/18 achieved! $2157.95:

2018, May payment $2220

MASS INTENTIONS

Mon, June 11, 7PM:

Thnksgv: Mercedes Alon & +Leonardo Alon
Sr.

Tues June 12, 9AM:
    

Thanksgiving: Fely & Pet Lazaga

Wed June 13, 7PM:
       

In Honour of St Anthony of Padua

Thurs June 14, 9AM
       

Thanksgiving: Amier Aghazadeh

Fri June 15, 7PM
       

+Lourdina Figueiredo

Sat June 16, 9AM 
             Thanksgiving: Jeremiah & Olivia
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Saturday, June 17
5:15PM: +Antonio Scarano
Sunday, June 18
9AM: +Alfonso & Eduardo Perlas
            +Leonord Pulgar & Pedro Torrena, Sr.
12:15PM: +Shaheed Hatim
5:30PM: The Parishioners 

VOCATIONS

“Whoever does the will of God is my brother and sister

and mother”.

If you feel the inclination to be a priest, religious, or
permanent deacon, cal  Fr. Chris Lemieux, Vocation

Director, Archdiocese of Toronto 416-968- 0997


vocations@archtoronto.org

www.vocationstoronto.ca

VIGIL CANDLES

Sat, June 16—Friday, June 22

Sanctuary Tabernacle: +Souls in Purgatory

Chapel Tabernacle: +Shaheed Hatim

COFFEE SUNDAY: Last Sun of the Month

9AM Mass & 12:15PM Mass: Thank you

Volunteers for your generosity.

INTERCESSORY PRAYER GROUP

Need Prayer Help?

Cal  Beth at 416-467-6492. Your intention wil  be emailed

out to this prayer community. Only first name and

intention wil  be shared.

COMMUNION FOR THE SICK

& SHUT-INS

Call parish office and let us know—416-429-4000

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

Last Sunday’s Offering—$2942

To break even weekly—$3,000 needed.

ShareLife—$3346

SENIOR’S GROUP

Meets after 9AM Mass

On the 2nd & 4th Thurs of Month

NEW HYMN BOOKS

Cost: $21

Total Cost: $6,000. To date—$3621—THANKS.

To Donate: Please call Hayde at the office: 416-429-4000.

YOU CAN DONATE

Ambries: Cost was $3744. To date—Donations:

$2,247

CHILDREN’S CHOIR: GRD 1--GRD 6.

Sing 1st & 4th Sun @ 5:30PM Mass

YOUTH CHOIR: Grd 7 & Up

Sing 2nd Sunday @ 5:30PM

SCAM ALERT

Priest request for gift card

There is an email scam where Catholics have been hit by 

scammers sending requests, supposedly from their parish 

priests, for iTunes gift cards. A false email from a priest is 

sent asking for the electronic gift cards to be sent to 

another address so that they may be given to someone in 

need. Please exercise caution when checking email 

messages. Think before you click or open attachments 

and always verify suspect messages by phoning the 

sender on a known phone number (not the phone 

number in the suspect message).

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

                10th Sunday In Ordinary Time                 June 10 , 2018 

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150 Gateway Blvd., Toronto, ON., M3C 3E2            

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SMILE

PRAY FOR THE JUNE MISSION

INTENTION


That Church may work towards that

inclusiveness which respects other for

their differences.

FIRST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH

OVERNIGHT VIGIL—ADORATION

CHAPEL

THIS First Friday: JULY 6

Vigil Begins Fri 7:30PM and ends Sat

7:30AM

Contact: Elaine Shaver—647-713-1198

ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA NOVENA

SCHEDULE

Mon, June 11 @ 6.45PM                

Tues 12 @ 8:45AM

Wed 13 @ 6:45PM

Thurs 14 @ 8:45AM

Fri 15 @ 6:45PM

Sat 16 @ 8:45AM

Sunday 17 @ 10AM (In Adoration Chapel)          

Mon 18 @ 6.45PM

Tues 19 @ 8:45AM

St. Anthony’s Feast Day Mass is Wednesday, June 20 @

7PM fol owed by the blessing and distribution of bread.

Al  are most welcome to attend a reception in honour of

St. Anthony in the foyer.  Refreshments and coffee wil  be

served.  See you there!!!

FORMED

The Catholic Faith On Demand—Free To You

Go to “formed.org”; input our parish access code:

MRFX27; fil  out your profile and password.

Watch Movie: Saint Rita of Cascia

A  compel ing  docu-drama  that  tel s  the  whole  story  of
the  amazing  life  of St.  Rita  of Cascia,  the  very  popular
saint who lived in Italy in the 14th century. St. Rita dealt
with  many  very  difficult  and  tragic  events  in  her  life.
Through it al  she developed a profound faith in God that
was  the  source  of  her  great  strength,  and  why  she  is
such  a  popular  saint  for  al   those  dealing  with  difficult
events in their own lives.
Her  story  combines  high  drama,  great  love,  deep
betrayal,  profound  forgiveness,  and  strong  faith.  This
story is about the brave woman who married her knight,
helped him overcome his dark past and convert to faith,
happily  bore  him  two  children,  and  later  endures
immense pain as she loses everything in her life.
She finds peace and new hope through the generosity of
a  nearby  convent  of  sisters,  and  with  their  help  she
develops  a  deep  union  with Christ  that  greatly  inspires
al  who are near her.
This  movie  may  contain  violence  indicative  of  the  life
and times of the saint or character portrayed. We would
recommend Parental Guidance and that parents preview
it before watching with children. Run Time: 1 hr. 1 min.

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Parish Sunday Bulletin

                10th Sunday In Ordinary Time                 June 10 , 2018 

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SAINT OF THE WEEK

Memorial: St Barnabas, Apostle—Monday, June 11: All we
know of Barnabas is to be found in the New Testament. A
Jew,  born  in  Cyprus  and  named  Joseph,  he  sold  his
property, gave the proceeds to the Apostles, who gave him
the name Barnabas, and lived in common with the earliest
converts to Christianity in Jerusalem.

He  persuaded  the  community  there  to  accept  Paul  as  a
disciple,  was  sent  to  Antioch,  Syria,  to  look  into  the
community there, and brought Paul there from Tarsus.

With Paul he brought Antioch's donation to the Jerusalem
community during a famine, and returned to Antioch with
John  Mark,  his  cousin.  The  three  went  on  a  missionary
journey  to  Cyprus,  Perga  (when  John  Mark  went  to
Jerusalem),  and  Antioch  in  Pisidia,  where  they  were  so
violently opposed by the Jews that they decided to preach
to the pagans. Then they went on to Iconium and Lystra in
Lycaonia,  where  they  were  first  acclaimed  gods  and  then
stoned  out  of  the  city,  and  then  returned  to  Antioch  in
Syria.

When  a  dispute  arose  regarding  the  observance  of  the
Jewish rites, Paul and Barnabas went to Jerusalem, where,
at a council, it was decided that pagans did not have to be
circumcised  to  be  baptized.  On  their  return  to  Antioch,
Barnabas wanted to take John Mark on another visitation
to  the  cities  where  they  had  preached,  but  Paul  objected
because  of  John  Mark's  desertion  of  them  in  Perga.  Paul
and  Barnabas  parted,  and  Barnabas  returned  to  Cyprus
with  Mark;  nothing  further  is  heard  of  him,  though  it  is
believed his rift with Paul was ultimately healed.

Tradition has Barnabas preaching in Alexandria and Rome,
the  founder  of  the  Cypriote  Church,  the  Bishop  of  Milan
(which  he  was  not),  and  has  him  stoned  to  death  at
Salamis  about  the  year  61.  The  apochryphal  Epistle  of
Barnabas  was  long  attributed  to  him,  but  modern
scholarship  now  attributes  it  to  a  Christian  in  Alexandria
between  the  years  70  and  100;  the Gospel  of  Barnabas  is
probably  by  an  Italian  Christian  who  became  a
Mohammedan;  and  the Acts  of  Barnabas  once  attributed
to John Mark are now known to have been written in the
fifth century. His feast day is June 11.

CWL OF SAINT JOHN XXIII

PARISH COUNCIL PRESENTS

2018 Raffle Tickets Sales Campaign

Supporting the Parishes’ Projects

Cost: $1 a ticket, a rim or bundle @ $20

Prizes: 1st prize-$1,000/2nd prize - $600 / 3rd prize - $400

Launch:  Saturday, June 23, 2018, after the 5:15 mass

Draw:  Nov 2018, CWL 4th Annual Christmas Dinner &

Dance fund-raising event – TBA. Info: Veronica Gomez at

nonic11@yahoo.ca Lolita @lolitaperry@rogers.com or

(647)273-2147; or any fel ow CWL member

PILGRIMAGE OF LOVE 2018

August 11 @ 8:15 am

All Saints Roman Catholic Church

1415 Royal York Rd., Toronto

The  21st  annual  "Pilgrimage  of  Love,"  organized  by  the
United  Society  to  support  the  activities  held  at Teopoli
for our youth, wil  take place from August 11-19, starting
from Al   Saints Church  in  Etobicoke  and  terminating  at
the  Holy  Cross  of  Teopoli,  near  Gravenhurst.  Al   are
invited to participate for the whole pilgrimage or for part
of  it.  If  you're  unable  to  walk,  please  support  this
initiative  in  other  ways  by  donating  your  talents,  food,
being  a  driver  or  helping  us  financial y.  For  further
information,  please  cal   our  office  at  416-243-7319. Visit
our website at www.teopoli.com.

RETROUVAILLE WEEKEND: HELP FOR

TROUBLED MARRIAGES

MISSISSAUGA

September 14, 6:00 pm

At a hotel located in Mississauga, close to Highway 401

If  you  are  thinking  of  separation  or  divorce  or  you  are
already separated, but want to try again then Retrouvail e
can  help.  If  you  and  your  spouse  want  your  marriage  to
work and are wil ing to put in a ful  weekend of hard work
and  your  best  effort,  then  you  are  invited  to  attend  a
Retrouvail e Weekend.

Retrouvail e is a program to help married couples through
difficult  times  in  their  marriage  relationships.  It  is
designed  to  provide  the  tools  to  help  get  your  marriage
back  on  track.  It  wil   give  you  the  opportunity  to
rediscover  one  another  and  examine  your  lives  together
in a new and positive way.
Retrouvail e fol ows the teachings of the Roman Catholic
Church,  couples  of  other  faith  expressions  are  also
welcome.416-281-6007; www.torontoretrouvail e.com

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                10th Sunday In Ordinary Time                 June 10 , 2018 

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This Sunday’s Readings: Gn 3:9–15; Ps 130:1–2, 3–4, 5–

6, 7–8; 2 Cor 4:13–5:1; Mk 3:20–35

In  today’s  Gospel  Jesus  has  just  been  healing  and
casting  out  demons  in  Galilee.  Along  with  the
crowds, who flock to Him so that He can’t even take
a break to eat, come people who do not understand
what He is doing. Even His friends think He has lost
His mind and needs to be taken away for a while. But
the scribes who came down from Jerusalem are not
just  honestly  mistaken;  they  accuse  Him  of  being
possessed by the prince of demons.

The  reality  is  just  the  opposite.  Jesus  is  revealing
Himself as the one promised in our first reading. He
is the seed of the woman who has come to crush the
head  of  the  demonic  serpent.  In  the  parable  of  the
strong man, Jesus reveals that He has come not just
to punish the devil but to free those bound by him.
As St. Bede explains, “The Lord has also bound the

strong man, that is, the devil: which means, He has
restrained him from seducing the elect, and entering
into his house, the world; He has spoiled his house,
and His goods, that is men, because He has snatched
them  from  the  snares  of  the  devil,  and  has  united
them to His Church.”

The scribes blaspheme by attributing this work of the
Holy Spirit  to  demons. Jesus  adds  a  statement  that
shocks us at first: “whoever blasphemes against the
Holy  Spirit  never  has  forgiveness.”  That  does  not
mean that there are any limits to the mercy of God
(CCC  1864).  Rather,  the  only  sin  that  cannot  be
forgiven is the deliberate refusal to accept the mercy
offered through the Holy Spirit.

Instead,  we  must  imitate  those  who  sat  at  Jesus’
feet. For, as He said, “Whoever does the wil  of God is
my brother, and sister, and mother.”

“Whoever Does The Will Of God Is My Brother And

Sister And Mother”

JESUS

Scott Hahn

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CATHOLIC ANSWERS

www.catholic.com

WHAT'S LOOKING AND WHAT'S LUSTING?

Question
What is the difference between looking and lusting?
Answer
Lust  is  a  disordered  desire  for  sexual  pleasure.  It’s
necessarily  self-centred  and  objectifies  the  person
desired (CCC 2351). This is why Jesus says a man who
looks upon a woman lustful y commits adultery with
her  in  his  heart  (Matt.  5:27-28).  Or  fornication,
depending on the circumstances.

Looking  doesn’t  necessarily  imply  lusting  but  could
instead  mean  appreciating  someone’s  beauty  as  a
whole  person.  However,  men  especial y  should  be
wary, because the longer one looks at a woman not
his wife, the more vulnerable he becomes to lusting,
and the progression can be rather quick.

In  addition,  to  avoid  trouble,  I  suggest  men  and
women  instead  may  notice  the  beauty  of  the
opposite sex, but then quickly move on. The more we
grow in the virtue of purity, the easier this discipline
wil   become  (CCC  2520-27). Yet,  on  this  side  of  the
grave, any mere human wil  never be completely free
of temptation in this moral area.

DO WE HAVE PRE-EXISTING SOULS?

Question
Do souls exist in heaven prior to human conception?
Answer
No, we do not have a pre-Earth existence.

If  anyone  asserts  the  fabulous  pre-
existence  of  souls,  and  shal   assert  the
monstrous  restoration  which  fol ows  from
it: let him be anathema (Second Council of
Constantinople).

God  creates  us  at  the  moment  of  conception  by
giving  the  physical  fetus  its  spiritual  soul  which
cannot come from the parents. That God has known
us from eternity—“Before I formed you in the womb I
knew you” (Jer 1:5)—only refers to God’s pre-existent
intention to create us.

CAN A DIVORCED PERSON BECOME

CATHOLIC?

Question
Can a person who has been divorced twice enter the
Catholic Church?

Answer
Yes,  divorce  by  itself  is  not  an  impediment  to
becoming a Catholic.

However,  the  individual  is  stil   considered  married
and ineligible to enter another marriage unless he or
she obtains an annulment. Also, if the person is living
with someone who is not their spouse they cannot be
Baptized until the situation is resolved.

BEST BOOK FOR THOSE RAISED WITHOUT

RELIGION?

Question
I have a friend that was not raised with any religion;
what is the best book or information I can give her?
Answer
A  good  number  of  people  recommend  G.K.
Chesterton’s “The Everlasting Man”. And if she likes
that  book,  I  would  then  highly  recommend
Archbishop Fulton Sheen's “A Life of Christ”.

For further formation, I’d encourage her reading the
Bible  along  with  the  Catechism  of  the  Catholic
Church and, to better both, informal y sitting in on an
RCIA  classes  and  adult  education  classes  at  a  good
Catholic parish you can recommend to her.

YOUTH MINISTRY

Next Kids of the Cross Night: Lesson    

Friday, June 15, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:00pm in

the Parish hal .

Next God Squad Night: Lesson

Friday, June 22, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:00pm in

the Parish hal .

CRADLE OF HOPE CONFERENCE

SATURDAY, JUNE 23—8:30AM

Canada Christian College—50 Gervais

Dr., Toronto

Presented  by  the  Catholic  Charismatic
Renewal  (CCRC)  of  the  Archdiocese  of
Toronto.  Mass,  adoration,  confession,
praise & worship and healing procession.
Guest  speakers  include  Dr.  Mary  Healy,
Dr. Mark Nimo, Lalith Perera, Fr. Matthias
Amuzu,  Fr.  Ben  St.  Croix  and  Bishop
Robert  Kasun  of  the  Archdiocese  of
Toronto;  T:  647-669-7524,  647-447-1513
or 647-887-5517; WEB: www.ccrctor.com

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                10th Sunday In Ordinary Time                 June 10 , 2018 

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LENT IS HERE!!!

When Is Ash Wednesday?—February 14

What is Ash Wednesday?

This day marks the beginning of Lent. We

attend Mass on this day and receive the

Ashes on the forehead as a sign of sorrow

for sin and as sign of our intention to

become more faithful.

What is Lent?

The penitential season of the Church’s

year. It is 40 days of preparation to renew

our Baptismal vows on Easter Sunday.

During this time we seek closer union with

the Lord through an increase of fasting,

prayer, and giving of alms (charitable

giving).

Lenten Fast & Abstinence

Catholics are obligated to Fast & Abstain

from meat on Ash Wednesday & Good

Friday.

The Fast on Ash Wednesday and Good

Friday.

The fast on Ash Wed and Good Friday

involves eating only one ful  meal. One or
two smal er meals may be taken on those
days, but may not total one full meal.  No

eating between meals.

Abstinence on Ash Wednesday and Good

Friday

Abstinence on these days from meat can

include eggs or dairy products.

Age Requirements

"Al  Catholics at 15 are bound by the law of
abstinence; al  adults are bound by the law

of fast up to the beginning of their 60

year.

Fridays of the Year

It is a requirement of our Faith that we

abstain from meat on al  the Fridays of the
year (except Feasts) in commemoration of

our Saviour’s death.

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